Let me tell you a little story of what happened yesterday (4th of February,Saturday).
So yesterday we had a soccer BISAC tournament, and i was a main goalie for the girl A team. I was doing a great job by saving all the balls, suddenly my parents came to watch me and i was so excited to see them. They got to see me catch the balls a couple of times but a couple of times later, my A team got a hand ball and had to take a shot to the goal.
Luckily i saved the ball when the shot the ball but i hurt my finger, so i shook my hand just to see if the pain will go away, and about to kick it i started crying because my finger was sprained! i went of the game and Ms.Jill helped me with a ice cube on the way to the nurse. The nurse left the ice cube on my fingers for minutes and it was very painful.
I sprained my finger next to the middle finger (which is the RING finger) and my pinky finger.
She wrapped my finger and after that, a girl that i know, mum called Lily came and she’s a doctor and a friend of my mum. She said “Well, good thing its not broken! It’s just very badly sprained.” Soon, my mum came over to me and said that i can play football for the last couple of games. :)
this is a man who acts like a dog if you have a weak body I don’t think its a good idea to watch
We were very lucky that Ping-Ko, Gordon, Bim and Beaux were able to come and talk to us about their direct experiences of the flooding in Thailand. They shared photos and videos of the places they had been and they told us stories of what they had seen. They also gave us their perspectives on what is going on and some information about how and why the situation has become so bad.
Make a comment to share the most important or interesting thing you learned from the Year 12 students.
Here are the videos they showed us:
Read the people’s stories in this CNN article: http://www.cnngo.com/bangkok/life/living-water-bangkok-residents-share-their-stories-202877
Use this thinking routine to help you make a comment. In your comment, make one connection withe the st0ries, one extension and one challenge.
Music Online Learning
Play a game of “Mean Machine Tag” with someone in your home
Physical Education – PE
Let’s get physical”
We are not physically in school however we still can be physical at home! This is a great opportunity for you (our students) to interact with our PE blog and see what you need to do.
This is the link: http://blogs.nist.ac.th/elepe/
Please open the link each day to find out what exercises we think you should be doing to keep your brain alert, have some down time and your muscles really strong.
For World Language work during school closure please visit the appropriate WL blog.
EAL students please go to the EAL blog:
Please bring a swim suit on Thursday 15/9/2011 because were having a pool party with lots of fun and games.
Yesterday, Monday the 2nd of May, Jamie, Paul and I witnessed a small car crash. I know from many conversations from my friends that car crashes happen all the time inBangkokso this isn’t something that you can witness once in a lifetime. The reason I’m writing about this is because this was the first time I, myself, witnessed a car crash up close.
Jamie, Paul and I were in Jamie’s car during this. We were driving in the intersection near school. Suddenly, we heard a loud screech and immediately, we looked in front of us and we saw a pink Taxi and a silver Honda crash. At the looks of it, the Taxi hit the Honda. The taxi was damaged at the front right corner of the car. The Honda was damaged on the door on the right (back seat). As soon as the cars stayed in place (stopped moving) the people involved in the crash came out. The man in the Honda started shouting at the taxi driver for a while, and then they all got out and on their phones. We asked for Jamie’s dad to drive slower so I could get my camera. While I was taking pictures, we noticed that there was a farang (foreigner) on the back seat of the taxi. After the cars stopped safely he came out of the taxi and started to smoke while watching the scene. We also noticed that some of the pink from the taxi was on the Honda.
In the end, I got a few good shots of the scene (the rest were blurry). Luckily, nobody involved in the crash was hurt. Below isone of my photos of the Handa’s dent.